WORKPLACE VACCINE MANDATES
A Webinar Covering What Employers Need To Know
Released: September 29th, 2021
In light of President Biden’s recent announcement calling for vaccine requirements for employers with 100 or more employees, employers are once again reviewing their policies and scrambling to prepare. Join KJK Labor & Employment attorneys Rob Gilmore, Kirsten Mooney and KJK Health Care attorney Susan Scheutzow for a complimentary webinar aimed at getting employers ready for the impending workplace vaccine mandate.
Vaccine Mandate Topics Covered In This Webinar:
- The legal and practical implications of mandatory vaccine policies
- Developing a plan now to be ready when OSHA issues its new emergency temporary standard (ETS) requiring vaccines for employers with 100+ employees
- HIPAA and confidentiality concerns
- Responding to requests for accommodations
- Preparing for OSHA complaints and inspections
Rob Gilmore serves as Chair of the Labor & Employment Law and Employment & Severance Negotiations practice groups, bringing leadership and strategic direction to the attorneys working in these practice areas. Rob counsels employers both large and small in the full range of labor and employment matters, including workplace terminations, reductions in force, employee handbooks and policies, non-competes, shareholder disputes and general business litigation.
Kirsten Mooney is an Associate in KJK’s Labor & Employment and Employment & Severance Negotiations groups. She represents both companies and individuals, and counsels her clients in all aspects of labor and employment issues, including compliance, hiring and termination, wage and hour disputes, restrictive covenants, and discrimination and harassment matters. Kirsten also has significant experience representing her clients in all stages of litigation.
Susan Scheutzow is known as one of Ohio’s leading healthcare attorneys and is the author of the book “Ohio Health Care Provider Law,” which has been relied upon in healthcare law across the state for 20+ years. She works with clients on regulatory and compliance matters, medical staff and licensing issues, contract negotiations, litigation and general corporate law. Susan’s contributions to the field across her 35-year legal career have been recognized across the U.S.